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World Bank Research on Roma

Publications and Research

Many of the World Bank's publications are avaliable free of charge through this website. Use the World Bank's Advanced Search engine to find publications by topic, date, title and more. Below are a few recent highlights.

Report Highlights Country Progress on Roma Policies

Roma Decade countries have made progress but must still ensure integrated Roma inclusion policies, according to the DecadeWatch monitoring report.
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Expected Long-Term Budgetary Benefits to Roma Education in Hungary - (Sep. 2006)
Research by the Roma Education Fund shows how much governments could gain in revenues by investing in bringing Roma education outcomes on par with the non-Roma population.
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Poverty, Social Exclusion, and Ethnicity in Serbia and Montenegro: The Case of the Roma - (Oct. 2005)
Lack of registration and other barriers to social services work together to perpetuate Roma poverty in Serbia and Montenegro, according to a new World Bank report.
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Qualitative Roma Survey Results - (Jan. 2006)
Focus groups in eight Central and South East European Countries revealed roots of prejudice toward Roma and shed light on how to move forward with the Roma Decade.
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Roma in an Expanding Europe - Breaking the Poverty Cycle - (Jan. 2005)
This report draws on both quantitative analyses of household surveysand qualitative, sociological case studies that document the experiencesof Roma communities in Central and South East Europe focusing on Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, and Slovakia and drawing on examples from other countries.
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